Career ManagementOur Career Management program introduces students to the strategies and components of an effective job search, including self-marketing and awareness, skills inventory, job search tools and the job market. The Career Management course is delivered by our on-campus Career Services Team who are there throughout the job search to assist and mentor students towards achieving their ultimate goal of employment in their field of study.
Our Team of Career Services Professionals maintain relationships in their communities with key employers and organizations that recognize the value triOS graduates have to offer. The skills learned throughout Career Management at triOS will continue to serve students in their job search as they navigate their new careers.
Introduction to C# and ASP.NET ProgrammingThis course provides thorough coverage of object-oriented programming fundamentals in general, and C# programming fundamentals in particular. Students will examine such topics as multi-threading, XAML, the Windows Presentation Foundation, and dynamic data structures. Moreover, the programming principles learned in C# can be applied to other languages.
Java ProgrammingThis course gives an overview of the basics of JAVA and quickly gets into object oriented programming with Java topics also covered include, GUI Applets, GUI components, Strings, data structures, Multithreading, Networking, database driven web applications and Java Web Services.
Programming Logic and DesignProvide beginning programmers with a guide to developing object-oriented program logic with this course. This course takes a unique, language-independent approach to ensure students develop a strong foundation in traditional programming principles and object-oriented concepts before learning the details of a specific programming language. The course covers object-oriented programming terminology without highly technical language, making the course ideal for students with no previous programming experience. Common business examples clearly illustrate key points. The course begins with a strong object-oriented focus that make even the most challenging programming concepts accessible. A wealth of updated programming exercises provide diverse practice opportunities.
SQL ProgrammingIn this course, students will learn about the theory behind relational databases, relational database nomenclature, and relational algebra. Areas covered include the Structured Query Language (SQL) and optimizing databases through normalization. Students will apply their knowledge with hands-on exercises designed to teach the intricacies of database design methodology.
Web Technology Specialist InternshipAt the successful completion of the classroom hours of this program, students will be placed in a 240-hour internship at an outside organization. Students will have the opportunity to apply their new and developed skills in a real-world environment. Hosts include small, medium, and large organizations that have an Information Technology department, or organizations that provide technology services.